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Hokies defeat Hurricanes in ACC action

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Virginia Tech Hokies defeated the Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes. The Hokies won 37-16 over the Canes at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Virginia.

The Hokies improved to 5-2 under first-year head coach Justin Fuente in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Hurricanes are 4-3 under Mark Richt, whose also in his first-year at his alma mater.

Jerod Evans put the Hokies up 21 points with 2:45 left in the game. He scored on a 34-yard rushing touchdown.

Evans also had a 12-yard touchdown pass to Becky Hodges in the second half. The Hokies other quarterback Sam Rogers would also throw a touchdown pass as he hit Steven Peoples for a 13-yard TD.

Brad Kaaya had a 35-yard touchdown pass to Christopher Herndon IV for their lone second-half score. Kaaya also had a 25-yard touchdown pass to Braxton Berrios in the second quarter.

Evans also had a seven-yard touchdown reception to Hodges in the second quarter. Hokies kicker Joey Slye made three field goals in the first half.

Hurricanes kicker Michael Badgley made a 29-yard field goal to toe the game at 3 in the first quarter.

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